Fisher Brothers Hosts Ping Pong Tournament For Tenants Across Manhattan Office Portfolio

7/14/17

Tournament Finale Event Featured Exhibition by Professional Ping Pong Players

Fisher Brothers held its first ever week-long ping pong tournament for tenants of its Manhattan office portfolio. The tournament culminated in the championship event, in which the ground level of Park Avenue Plaza was transformed into a ping pong arena, complete with an emcee, music by a live DJ, and bleacher seating for spectators to take in all the action.

Hosted by Fisher Brothers, in partnership with ping pong social club SPiN New York, employees from the companies in Fisher Brothers’ four Manhattan office buildings were invited to participate in the contest.

After a week of fierce competition in which over 150 players took part in the hotly-contested tournament, David Xu of NYSE emerged the winner, edging out Dennis Lee of BlackRock for the championship. Spectators at the finale event were also treated to an exhibition game between professional players Michael Landers, the youngest U.S. National Champion, and Matt Suchy, a world-renowned player and coach.

“At Fisher Brothers, we are always looking for creative ways to enliven the workday for tenants,” said Partner Winston Fisher of Fisher Brothers. “We had a great response to this tournament, with over 200 tenants signing up to participate throughout the week and over 150 attending the championship event to cheer on their colleagues.”

About Fisher Brothers

For more than a century, Fisher Brothers has epitomized excellence in commercial and residential real estate development, ownership and management. Fisher Brothers built and continues to own and operate a sterling commercial real estate portfolio encompassing seven million square feet of Class A office space located in such iconic towers as Park Avenue Plaza, 299 Park Avenue, 1345 Avenue of the Americasand 605 Third Avenue in Manhattan, as well as Station Place, which is Washington, DC’s largest private office complex. Fisher Brothers also has returned to its roots as a residential builder with nearly 1.5 million square feet in recent and ongoing development. In early 2015, Fisher Brothers celebrated the completion of Station House, a luxury rental development in Washington’s historic Capitol Hill District. In Manhattan, Fisher Brothers has recently completed development of House 39, an amenity-rich rental building at 225 East 39th Street and is developing 111 Murray, an ultra-luxury, high-rise condominium tower in Tribeca.

About SPiN

SERVE. LOOP. BLOCK & CHOP. BE ENTERTAINED. ENTERTAIN YOURSELF. HAVE FUN. MAKE IT HAPPEN. CONNECT THE DOTS. DO IT TOGETHER. NEVER ALONE. CHIC. GEEK. CREATIVE SPEAK. SUPERMODEL & MODEL CITIZEN. WE ARE SPiN!

With humbly provocative roots, SPiN has grown from the lofts of TRIBECA onto the streets of New York, LA, Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago and soon Philadelphia and Austin. We've infiltrated the hearts, minds and imaginations of the countless number of people who have stepped through our doors. We are proud of where we come from, proud of what we do and extraordinarily excited for where we are going. Ping-Pong, one of the most recognizable sports in the world, mixed with our unique entertainment venue concept, has proven to be a game changer in the nightlife, events and sports industries.

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